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Patch 1.9 prepares Crysis 2 for DX11 features and high-resolution textures. Each need to be downloaded and installed separately from the 1.9 patch.
With this package the following DX11 exclusive features will be activated
The High-Resolution Texture Pack doubles the fidelity of many of the game's art assets.
For those who truly want to push Crysis 2's graphical fidelity to its limits, BlackFire's Mod 2 and MaLDo HD serves their needs. A step by step list of instructions is available at this forum post over at Crydev.net .
cl_FOV = 70
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pl_movement.power_sprint_targetFOV = 70
The statistic-screen in the menu displays that 13 weapon-attachments are findable in single-player but in fact there are only 12. Therefore, it is not possible to achieve "100%".
When playing Crysis 2 on a fast Nvidia card (GTX 560 Ti and possibly on faster cards as well), there can be an extreme and unexpected lag regardless of single player or multiplayer campaign. This is very noticeable while navigating the menu, something that should be instantaneous and direct. If you experience this lag, try switching to windowed mode (Alt+↵ Enter). If this lag now disappears and gameplay is suddenly fast again, the solution is this:
Make sure your display is capable of scaling the game resolution to its native resolution, if you like to game at weird resolutions. GPU scaling is very useful but under Crysis 2, it introduces an extreme form of lag. Now, play Crysis 2 and see if you notice the difference.
(ALTERNATE SOLUTION) This game does not appear to like the Xbox One Controller and will cause severe lag on launch. If you happen to have one plugged in, disconnect it.
the game will freeze up and crash to the desktop without any errors
If you use an external TV as a monitor to player Crysis 2 you may encounter a bug where the game always uses a 24Hz mode on the TV, resulting in a laggy frame rate. Sadly there is no official fix for this issue.
One temporary solution for this issue is to use ForceFix. Originally used for Metal Gear Rising, which as of now is also experiencing the same issue, also works for Crysis 2 as well.
Another way to play the game in fullscreen is to force borderless fullscreen windowed mode.
Alternatively you can create a custom resolution with a few less horizontal pixels which should force the display into 60Hz mode.
For example, if you are running at 1920x1080 using an Nvidia card: